Ross McKinnon

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Ross McKinnon (born 3015 - died 3077[1]) is the son of the famed company leader Ian McKinnon.[2]

Ross McKinnon At Age of 59 in 3075

Biography[edit]

Early Life[edit]

A graduate from the Albion Military Academy, where he used his mother's last name, Serran. He graduated with Honors.[3]

Marriage and children[edit]

He married his lance-mate and bodyguard Sara Lytton in 3053.[4]

Service in Fox's Teeth[edit]

Ross McKinnon joined the Fox's Teeth after his uncle Mark died, joining a slot in the recon lance. After Kate Nomura retired, he took command of the recon lance.[5] He took over command of the unit when his father retired in 3051.[6]

Jihad and Death[edit]

After serving for years in the AFFC he led his unit into the coalition of Chandrasekhar Kurita and after his death joined the fight against the Word of Blake on the side of Devlin Stone. Stone gave him orders to make probing raids into the Protectorate and later to train local resistance groups. His last live signal came from Tigress in 3076.[2]

He died on Hamal in 3077.[7]

Philosophical and/or political views[edit]

He did express anti-Katherine rhetoric.[8]

Notes[edit]

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References[edit]

  1. Jihad Hot Spots:Terra, p. 38-39
  2. 2.0 2.1 Masters and Minions: The StarCorps Dossiers, p. 39, "Ross McKinnon Profile"
  3. Starterbook: Sword and Dragon, p. 28
  4. Starterbook: Sword and Dragon, p. 31
  5. Starterbook: Sword and Dragon, p. 16, 28
  6. Starterbook: Sword and Dragon, p. 17, 20
  7. Jihad Hot Spots:Terra, p. 38-39
  8. Starterbook: Sword and Dragon, p. 28

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